To help manage their continually-growing presence in the United States, a new regional headquarters + distribution center was built in Moreno Valley, California for a German-based global grocery powerhouse with more than $54 billion in revenue. Air Control Systems’ expert team was engaged with this design-build project from the beginning.
The regional HQ portion of the project is a two-story, 50,000 sq. ft. Class “A” office building with full tenant improvement. The building’s commercial air conditioning system consists of variable air volume rooftop package units with variable frequency drives, hot water heating boiler with pump, VAV zone boxes with reheat coils, hot water supply and return piping, and DDC room sensors. One unique feature of ALDI’s project is the test kitchen, which required a commercial hood & exhaust system.
The second portion of the project is a 500,000 sq. ft. dry warehouse, design-built with a design criterion of three air changes per hour ventilation. The ACS team achieved this with rooftop hooded filtered supply fans and dome style exhaust fans, plus complete circulation coverage with high-volume low-speed (HVLS) fans. Additionally, the warehouse also includes a remote breakroom, dispatch offices, a refrigeration control room, mechanical area with temperature control provided by a rooftop package of gas and electric units, and a direct digital control system.
Upon completion, this project was LEED-certified. ACS was proud to be involved and to partner with HPA Inc. and Graycor Construction Company.
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